Flye Lyfe has sold art in the subway for nearly two years and recently signed a lease on his own space.
The first issue of "No Tokens" went on sale in Williamsburg Thursday night.
Artist Audra Wolowiec said the noises of New York City sound like music.
The festival now requires artists to prove that they have a year-round presence in Bushwick.
Jonathan Chánduví will exhibit his work in a show called "The 11th Hour."
Frederick Douglass Academy II currently shares space with Success Academy Harlem West on W. 114th St.
Louis Lassalle allegedly stole three expensive oil paintings from a Williamsburg gallery Saturday night.
Emmanuel "Dj Boy" Abreu will spend the month of May in Mexico as part of a monthlong artist program.
Max Singer has posted his free drawings all over Manhattan.
Three 8-foot-tall water towers showing neon messages inside will be on display through April 13.
Vik Muniz is known for working with unusual materials such as chocolate syrup and thread.
Two massive sculptures made of industrial scraps are now hanging from the cathedral's ceiling.
Works by longtime teachers and mentors at the New York Academy of Art will soon be on display.
Leeor Waisbrod and Rose Feathers opened the venue and art gallery Palisades906 last month.
The fifth-annual festival is looking for projections, animations and performance art in New Brighton.
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